Temperatures warm to the 80s Sunday with dry conditions

DENVER -- Eastern Colorado finally cooled down on Saturday with temperatures in the 70s for most spots. Scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon have also helped cool off temperatures.

Storms will stay in the forecast Saturday night. After 6 p.m. the best chances for storms will move east of Interstate 25 and onto the eastern Plains. It is possible that some storms will turn strong to severe with the threat of large hail and strong winds.

Sunday will be dry, sunny and warmer in Colorado.

Denver's high temperature will hit 87 degrees with a light breeze in the afternoon.

The rest of the week will be in the 90s on the Front Range. Storm chances stay small on Monday and Tuesday but will increase to a 20 percent chance on Wednesday and Thursday.

If you have Fourth of July plans to be outside, stay weather aware that afternoon and know that scattered storms are possible. The Pinpoint Weather Team will have more details on the Fourth of July forecast as it gets closer.

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